DJ Spanish Mixes With LineLogic

DJ Spanish is a freelance DJ, Remixer, and Producer who lives in Palmdale California. Recently, DJ Spanish contacted one of our Account Executives about some velvet ropes for his mixing station. What better way to create a VIP feel? Spanish said he’d done a basic Google search, found our website and a Spanish speaking icon… Read More

Tips for Transferring Your Crowd Control Equipment

Having trouble moving or storing your crowd control system? While the equipment is necessary for your business, we understand that it can often be cumbersome, and without the proper appendages, storage and transport can be quite challenging. That’s why LineLogic and our partner manufacturers offer a number of different products designed to increase ease of… Read More

Customer Highlight: Delaware North Companies

Delaware North Companies (DNC) is a global leader in hospitality management, with expertise in food service, lodging, travel hospitality, retail, sports facilities management, gaming, and racetrack operations. With over $2 billion in annual revenue and 55,000 associates, DNC has remained family owned and operated, and is dedicated to providing a one-of-a-kind experience for every one… Read More

Honoring the Life of Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh, a Dutch post-Impressionist painter, died on July 29, 1890. We doubt our attempts at humor will ever match those that Van Gogh made on art, but we felt we must try! This one was thought up by our museum specialist… LineLogic Puts the Post in Post-Impressionism


The Love Parade Stampede and the “Natural Laws” of Crowds

The Love Parade is an immensely popular free access electronic dance parade that began in Berlin in the late 80s. For over a decade, the parade was held in wide open areas, but in 2010, the festivities were held in a former freight station in Duisburg, Germany. The max capacity of the station – which… Read More

ADA Compliancy: What it’s About and Why it’s Important

Did you know that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design were augmented on March 15, 2012? New rules relating directly to facility management have been put into place, and we’re here to tell you a little bit about them. The language in this document is thick, so we’ve tried to break it… Read More

Crowd Control is Top Concern for Summer Olympics 2012

We’ve been blogging a lot lately about the strategies and equipment necessary for improving crowd control within stadiums. Recently, we’ve looked into the EURO 2012 Soccer Championships, the scientific theories behind crowd control, and lessons from Ancient Rome and the Pompeii Ampitheatre. Now we’re turning our attention to the upcoming London Olympics. In mid June,… Read More

Branding Your Crowd Control

Most people reading our blog are probably familiar with at least the basics of crowd control. If you’re experienced with the products, you’ve probably already determined the best methods for using the equipment to increase efficiency, minimize customer wait times, and ensure safer practices in your workplace. But what about branding? You have the equipment,… Read More

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Warehouse Safety Tip for OSHA Compliance

According to OSHA’s Worker Safety Series, the fatal injury rate for the warehousing industry is higher than the national average for all other industries. To ensure your business isn’t contributing to such alarming statistics, be proactive about keeping your workplace safe, while building and preserving your record of security. The most frequent deaths and injuries… Read More

The Science of Crowd Movement, Mentality, and Control

While large crowds tend to move in an innately disordered, unreasonable manner, there are methods for determining the actions of large groups of people, and we mustn’t look too far to see why this problem demands attention. In various countries, no matter the sporting event, there are riots, crowd crushes, and stampedes that occur every… Read More